Northeast Regional Leadership Committee
Serving Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, and Yuma counties
Through the Rural Action Network Community Resource Center (CRC) convenes a powerful network of nonprofits, community leaders, funders, and changemakers to tackle persistent issues, develop and cultivate rural leadership, align and increase the giving of philanthropy with the needs of rural nonprofits to support thriving and just communities across rural Colorado.
In 2024, the Northeast Regional Leadership Committee (RLC) will work to build regional capacity around grant writing while building momentum for the 2025 Rural Philanthropy Days conference. The RLC typically meets monthly for a virtual hour-long meeting. Curious to learn more? Join CRC for this 30-minute info session to learn more about the Northeast RLC and ask any questions you have.
Northeast RLC Info Session:
Thursday, December 14th, 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2021 Northeast RPD™
- Over $30,000 in economic impact to the community
- 134 participants
- Over $50,000 raised locally for the conference
- 95% of local participants reported that they built relationships with other nonprofits and community leaders in the region
- 90% of local participants reported that they learned new skills that will increase their professional capacity
Northeast Rural Philanthropy Days™
June 9-11, 2021 | Lincoln County
From June 9-11, 2021 over 150 nonprofit professionals, grantmakers, community leaders, distinguished speakers, and elected officials united in Lincoln County to exchange knowledge and expand professional networks at the Northeast Rural Philanthropy Days conference.
Rural Philanthropy Days™ (RPD) is a statewide program that provides nonprofit leaders the resources they need to lead effective and sustainable organizations.
- Rural Colorado’s nonprofit sector will have increased access to resources that support the operation of sustainable organizations in order to strengthen social impact.
- Grantmakers are increasingly engaged with rural Colorado community leaders to ensure a better understanding of regional challenges and collaborative opportunities.
- Rural communities have the resources needed to effectively collaborate on a regional scale by engaging nonprofit professionals, community leaders, government officials, and other statewide stakeholders.